About Map: Situated in the northeastern part of the United States, Vermont is the sixth smallest and second-least-populous state of the country. It is bordered by the Canadian province of Quebec to the north, Massachusetts to the south, New York to the west, and New Hampshire to the east.
Vermont was a French Territory, but after France’s defeat in the French and Indian War in 1763, France ceded the
Vermont lies in the North England region of the United States. Famous for its Green Mountains, the state has Vermont Valley in its western region, Taconic Mountains in its southwestern part, and the fertile farmland of Champlain Valley bordering Lake Champlain, the sixth largest fresh water lake in America. Important rivers of Vermont include Connecticut River, Missisquoi River, and White River.
Vermont has a humid continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters.
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With great natural beauty, ski resorts, and a happening art and culture scene, Vermont is a tourist paradise. Some must-see places in the state include: Burlington: When in Burlington, visit the Waterfront Park, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Queen City Ghostwalk, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, and World's Tallest Filing Cabinet.
Stowe: Home to Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest mountain, Stowe is a popular destination for skiing enthusiasts. The city also plays host to various art and cultural shows. Recreation Path, Smugglers Notch State Park, Trapp family Lodge, and Sterling Falls Gorge are other important places of tourist interest in the city.
Montpelier: When you are in the capital of Vermont, don’t forget to visit the State Capitol, Camel's Hump, Vermont Historical Society Museum, and the Pavilion Building.
Waitsfield: Waitsfield is famous for its beautiful winters and colorful autumn. Popular tourist destinations include The Round Barn Farm, Mad River Glass Gallery, and the well- known skiing zone Mad River Glen Cooperative.
Shelburne: Important places of tourist interest in Shelburne include the Shelburne farms, Shelburne Museum, Vermont Teddy Bear Company, and Shelburne Vineyard.
Brattleboro: It is the oldest town in Vermont and is noted for its arts scene. Places of interest include Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Latchis Theater, and Rudyard Kipling’s house Naulakha in nearby Dummerston.
Killington: Famous for the Killing Ski Resort, other attractions of the place include Thundering Falls Trail, Gifford Woods State Park, McLaughlin Falls, and Green Mountain National Golf Course.
Woodstock: Popular tourist destinations include Sugarbush Farm, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, Ottaquechee River, Woodstock Town Hall Theater, and Billings Farm and Museum.
Other attractions of Vermont include:
Cabot Creamery: Famous for its cedar cheese and dairy products.
Lake Champlain: The United State’s sixth largest fresh water lake.
Rock of Ages: World famous granite quarry.
Bennington Battle Monument: The tallest structure in Vermont.
Robert Frost Wayside Trail: A beautiful trail leading to the Green Mountains, with Robert Frost’s poems posted along the way, inspiring people to take the road less traveled.
Joined the UnionMar 4, 1791
NicknameThe Green Mountain State
Area9,620 sq mi
Highest PointMount Mansfield
Lowest PointLake Champlain
Time ZoneUTC -5/-4